The 26-Storey Treehouse

The 26-Storey Treehouse❰Ebook❯ ➠ The 26-Storey Treehouse Author Andy Griffiths – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk ‫اندی و تری خانه درختی سیزده‌طبقه‌ی باحالشان را بیست‌و‌شش طبقه کرده‌اند پیست ماشین‌برقی اضافه کرده‌اند، ‫اندی و تری خانه درختی سیزده‌طبقه‌ی باحالشان را بیست‌و‌شش طبقه کرده‌اند پیست ماشین‌برقی اضافه کرده‌اند، مسیر اسکیت با یک گودال کروکودیل زیرش، استادیوم گِل‌بازی، اتاقک ضد جاذبه، دریاچه‌ی یخی برای پاتیناژ با پنگوئن‌های پاتیناژکارهای واقعی و کلی طبقه‌ی باحال دیگر‫اندی هوس می‌کند شورت‌های کثیفش را توی حوضچه‌ی کوسه‌ها بشوید کوسه‌ها شورت‌های کثیفش را می‌خورند و مریض می‌شوند جیل که عاشق حیوانات است و همه‌چیز The 26-Storey PDF \ را درباره‌ی آن‌ها می‌داند، تنها راهِ چاره را عمل جراحی کوسه‌ها تشخیص می‌دهد‫در این داستان از گذشته‌ی تری و اندی و جیل باخبر می‌شویم، این که چطور همدیگر را پیدا کرده‌اند، خانه‌درختی را چطور ساخته‌اند و چه بلاهایی سرشان آمده و چه ماجراهایی را از سر گذرانده‌اند با یک دزد دریایی باحال و انتقام‌جو به نام کاپیتانِ کله‌چوبی آشنا می‌شویم و از هزار توی نفرینی سر در می‌آوریم‫داستانی سرشار از شوخی همراه با طنزی خوشایند، راحت و دلنشین یک داستان بلند تصویری که همراه شدن تصاویر با آن لطفش را بیش‌تر می‌کند تصاویر کامل‌کننده‌ی داستان هستند و مخاطب را به کشف و دریافتن وادار می‌کنند. Loved it This book would be great for kids who can read but don't have a big attention span It looks like a novel but most of the page space is occupied by pictures I thought the ice cream flavours 78 were fabulous Author Andy Griffiths Australian author of over 20 books concentrating on nonsense with a lot of child appealIllustrator Terry Denton Australian author and illustrator has a very popular partnership with Griffiths but has illustrated books for others including Paul Jennings Mem Fox and Gillian RubinsteinApparently this is the second book about the Treehouse The 13 Storey Treehouse was published in 2011 We didn't feel any loss having read 26 Storey Treehouse firstSome of the best children's books are ones which when completed encourage the reader to pick up a pencil and try writing themselves Or drawing To so understand a reader's mind that they think just maybe they could do it too That their thoughts dreams and imagination are okay and worth writing down And this is one if those booksThe 26 Storey Treehouse is one of the few humorous books which appeals across ages without resorting to complete toilet humor or somewhat violent and belittling slapstick Funny intelligent easy to read Andy and Terry draw readers into their vivid imagination encouraging us to leap into the unknown as they weave tales so ridiculous you just don't know where to start It's utterly stupid And completely endearing Stories woven within the mind of a child ingenious illustrations which elaborate and illustrate very ish without being too rich NonsenseThis book works Andy plays with vocabulary using puns and jokes encourages word play and literacy Unlike similar books the narrative is strong enough to stand on its own and so are the illustrations it works on many levels A book with plenty of boy appeal but very appealing to both genders my girls were wrapped Give it to both It has the size of a novel but the freuency of illustrations almost comic book style makes it a fast read achievable and giving the reader a sense of achievement It's funny I laughed The kids laughed The teen stole the book before we'd finished so she could show her friend's at school We enjoyed itA fine book which we all laughed over And wished didn't have to finishAn author I'm adding to my must buy for birthday presents listOther places you may wish to visit A youtube reading of 26 Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths at how he reads into the book by including the children in his reading Andy Griffiths gives back by supporting an Indigenous Literacy Foundation and promoting literacy for kids in foster care Andy's web page is a font of information about the author and his books Check out his articles for defences of nonsense and naughty fictional characters Later in 2013 Griffiths is publishing Once Upon a Slime a book Designed for teachers students and young aspiring writers Once Upon a Slime contains 52 fun writing and storytelling activities such as lists instructions cartoons letters personal stories poems and pocket books Given how well The 26 Storey Treehouse inspires readers to pick up that pen this book is going on my wish list Audio clip on getting boys and girls to read Is being rude the secret ingredient The 13 Storey Treehouse is to be a playAge taking into account comprehension concentration languageRead aloud 5Read yourself 6 This is the adventurous seuel to The 13 Storey treehouse and starring the main characters Terry and Andy and having to deal with an invasion of pirates to their home The illustrations at times were funny but also a little gory which was actually uite disappointing to see Some younger readers may like that but again some may not It was OK but personally didn't leave me as fulfilled as I would have liked I won't be carrying on with the series This book was a great book I recommend it to 7 year olds very funny This book starts of with Andy telling us about the treehouse Then he gets this call which tells him he needs to write a book by next Friday So he wants to tell the story of how they met Andy and Terry but he is intrupted and terry tells him the sharks are sick because they happened to eat Terry's underpants So they call Jill and she fixed the Sharks and out of one came the head of Captin Wodenhead So they started to tell the story of them all and somehow all three of them ended up on Captin Wodenhead's shipThere they became slaves of the Captin So one day he wanted to kill all of the slaves but unfortunately the Captin's wooden head was removed from him They made it of safely the ship was gone and they all died The End of how they met The next morning the same exact pirates come for revenge but now he is officially dead though So about that book they were gonna right they turned it in before hand about this I gave the first book 3 stars because I enjoyed it and I think it is a fun book to read when you just don't want to read something heavy or when you want to read something uick This book is def written for kids but this series I am not so sure since there's pretty vulgar illustration Nothing bloody though but kind of bit too much for kids in my opinionI actually like this one better than the first one But I don't know I don't love it However there's something about this series that keep me want to read it even though I don't love it hahaha So yeah I am gonna pick up the next one and then I'll decide whether to continue or not My copy is An ARC I received from a parent It's the story of how Andy and Terry the author and illustrator met It's full of crazy adventures and laugh out loud fun Their 26 story tree house includes a bumper car game shark tank and ice rink My favorite is the anti gravity chamber and the automatic marshmallow machine that shoots marshmallows into your mouth Now add some rowdy pirates and you have a book I know a lot of my students will enjoy It's written in a chapter book format with graphic novel style drawings Don't let the drawings fool you into thinking its an easy read At mid year I think many of my second graders will be able to read it independently I haven't read The 13 Story Treehouse but will definitely be adding that book to my class library also I found The 13 Storey Treehouse for my kids last summer and they have been bugging me to find this seuel ever since I finally got it from the library for them and they each plowed through it immediately and were delighted that it appears there will be a 39 Storey Treehouse some day My 9 year old daughter said that I had to read it So I did It's certainly geared for kids It's just the right kind of silly to appeal completely Did it do a lot for me Well no But it wasn't written for me It's just right for who it is meant for and so delight in it for it's cleverness and silliness and remember the days when a 24 storey treehouse with an ice skating rink would have been the height of your imagination too Strangely enough this is listed as a middle grade book by SLJ I'd say it's firmly in the realm of Grades 3 4 and particularly for reluctant boy readers It's image heavy and you're drawn along the plot line with short sentences and at the most a paragraph per pageIt's clever and funny and very imaginative exactly how young children's minds work Could be used for a unit on story telling by teachers as with little text you can get the point across without the class having to read a lotAn absolute hit with my students and I've had to buy additional copies for the library After reading the first book in the series the second book came by as if by magic Another humorous book by Andy Griffiths full of lemonade fountains giant bowling alleys and millions of flavours of scrumptious ice cream I thought it was a great book that had a lot of fun silly things in it I recommend this book to people that love funny books that are pretty short and have a lot of good parts in it